1. Eggs: Rich in iron, zinc, and plenty of protein.Leucine, an amino acid, is very important in the protein synthesis process of our body.
2. Beans: Rich in fiber, which our body takes time to absorb, thus helping maintain energy levels for a longer duration.
3. Nuts: Rich in protein and fiber, which help boost energy and then keep it stable/
4. Oatmeal: Fiber rich complex carbohydrates that are stored in the body, giving us energy for a longer while.
5. Sweet potatoes: Rich in fiber and potassium (helps balance electrolytes, keeping us hydrated, also helps our body relax).
6. Crimini Mushrooms: Rich in B vitamins and folate, essential for energy production (especialy riboflavin).
7. Black, green or oolong tea: Rich in theanine, an amino acid , which helps improve attention and alertness.
8. Beef (from grass fed cattle) : High protein content, Vitamin B content and iron content. Helps build lean muscle.
9. Beets: Improves liver function and helps with joint repair. Also increases muscle strength and power.
10. Brown rice: A slow-digesting whole grain, giving you longer-lasting energy.
11. Oranges: Help muscle growth, build strength and endurance.
12. Milk: Rich in whey, casein and glutamine (an amino acid), helpful in muscle building.
13. Quinoa: A top-level protein (has all amino acids) and is a slow-digesting carb. Helps build strength and lean muscle growth.
14. Spinach: Rich in glutamine, the amino acid that is important for lean muscle growth.
15. Wheat germ: A slow-digesting carbohydrate and a top protein.
16. Greek yogurt: Has more protein than regular milk and fewer carbohydrates too.
17. Apples: Contains polyphenols, which are helpful in increasing muscle strength and preventing muscle fatigue. Also helpful with burning fat.